|Also Known As:
Cornell Haynes Jr. (Nelly), Cornell "Nelly" Haynes, Cornell Iral Haynes Jr., Cornell Haynes
|Born: || November 2, 1974
||Cause of Death: ||
|| Austin, Texas, USA
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Released the St. Lunatics' debut single "Gimme What U Got"
Released two albums, the rap-oriented "Sweat" and the R&B-filled "Suit"
Performed "Walk This Way" with Aerosmith, Britney Spears, and *NSYNC at the Super Bowl Halftime Show
Co-starred with Adam Sandler and Chris Rock in a remake of "The Longest Yard"
Landed a recurring role on "CSI: NY" (CBS) as former gang member-turned-informant Terrence Davis
Collaborated with Nike on the limited-edition sneaker "Air Derrty"
Launched the Apple Bottoms clothing line
Formed the St. Louis, MO-based hip hop group St. Lunatics
Signed to Universal Music Group as solo artist
Solo debut <i>Country Grammar</i> debuted at No. 3 on <i>Billboard</i>; featured hit title track and "E.I."
Sophomore album <i>Nellyville</i> debuted at No. 1; featured hits "Hot in Herre" and Kelly Rowland duet "Dilemma"
Made his film acting debut in the crime thriller "Snipes"
Released his sixth studio album "5.0," featuring "Just a Dream"
Known for such albums as "Country Grammar" and "Nellyville"
Popular songs include "Hot In Herre" and "Just A Dream".
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Cornell Haynes. Had three; survived him.
Chanel. Born 1996.
Chanel. Survived him.
Cornell III. Born 1999.
Cornell III. Survived him.
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